SAN JOSE, Calif. - LonMark International has announced a new partnership with GreenLink Alliance. GreenLink Alliance is a non-profit trade association focused on promoting products and services that help to conserve energy in the built environment.
According to the organizations, the partnership provides a platform for bringing together LonMark’s work in the field of open and interoperable standards with GreenLink’s mission to influence policymakers to expand tax incentives for owners of existing buildings that want to improve energy efficiency using intelligent control technology.
LonMark said that it welcomes the opportunity for both organizations to jointly offer further education to building owners, facility managers, and the general public about the advantages of utilizing residential and commercial control technology.
“LonMark is a reputable and well established organization and GreenLink is honored to be a strategic partner with them,” said Cory Vanderpool, executive director of GreenLink Alliance. “GreenLink recognizes that interoperability and open standards are critical to further market adoption of residential and commercial building control technology.”
“LonMark is committed to partnering with other organizations dedicated to educating our members to implement practical, cost-effective intelligent control systems,” said Ron Bernstein, executive director of LonMark International. “This alliance between LonMark and GreenLink will foster ongoing efforts to establish incentives and legislation to encourage more energy efficient system designs. LonMark’s members will benefit through expanding opportunities via governmental incentives to utilize open, interoperable solutions.”
For more information about LonMark International, visit www.lonmark.org. For more information about GreenLink Alliance, visit www.greenlinkalliance.org.
Feb. 17, 2009: LonMark International Announces Partnership With GreenLink Alliance
February 17, 2009